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Anyway, I caught him, and he pretended like the price I told him was what he actually quoted. I never saw that particular guy again, and the other employees treated me like gold the rest of the time. Makes me wonder if they were worried I`d report them. :-P
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hahahaha.:-D I`m sure they did that on purpose.
"Jiffy Lube" indeed!
go to midas. i heard they`re incredibly honest.
Tips:Ask to see the old parts.Know your car and what it needs. Stick around and watch the work or come back early to see them finish it.If you don`t know what the are saying ask questions. If they can`t answer them then telll them no.If they say your car needs something ask them to show you. Seeing it for yourself makes it easier to know if you really need it.Record your mileage, ect before dropping it off. A few miles for test driving in some cases is normal, but more then 5 I`d ask questions.Lastly get everything in writing. Otherwise the supposed garrenties could just disappear and then you have no proof.
There will be hell to pay!
I just got an oil change a week ago to! 3 hours was an aufwul long time, even for a que line..